Lancaster PA Kids’ Attractions – Things To Do for Children

What is There for Kids To Do in Lancaster?

Lancaster PA offers many fun things to see and do for all ages.  But Lancaster County has a lot that children will love.  Al ages of kids will find something just for them.

So, grab your kids and come explore the many fun things for kids to do here. Have a blast, create some fun memories, and enjoy your time together. They won’t be little very long!

See also our complete list of Lancaster PA Attractions, as well as Lancaster Things To Do for Families. We won’t let you get bored here.  There’s also Amish-Related Attractions, Theaters, Historic Sites, and more. See the list in the sidebar to find all that there is to see and do in Lancaster.

Here are Things To Do in Lancaster That Children Will Love:

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm – Family Fun on the Farm

150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA 17572, 866-546-1799

Come visit the Little Farmers Playland and explore the fun side of farming.   There are many activities for the young farmers to explore and have fun. Visit the Discovery barn as well for a great learning expirence.    Visit website

Day Out With Thomas at Strasburg Rail Road

301 Gap Road (Route 741 East), Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 866-725-9666

Kids will delight on this 25-minute ride aboard the beloved Thomas the Tank Engine, a larger-than-life coal burning steam train. Back at the historic station, enjoy a wide array of Thomas-themed activities.  Tickets are available at Advance purchase is recommended.

Waters Edge Mini Golf

230 North Ronks Road, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505, 717-768-4653

Escape to Water’s Edge for a serene outing filled with cascading waterfalls, trickling streams, and lush greenery. Visit Annie the llama at the Bird-In-Hand Petting Zoo, take a stroll around the pond and feed the fish, and stop in for a scoop of hand-dipped Turkey Hill ice cream, all at Water’s Edge.  Visit website

Amish Village

199 Hartman Bridge Road (Route 896), Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 717-687-8511


Learn how Amish kids live today!  Why don’t they use Internet or video games?  After a guided tour of our 1840 farmhouse, stroll around our scenic 12-acre grounds. Explore a one-room schoolhouse, say “Hi” to our farm animals, and snap a photo in an Amish buggy. Visit website


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  1. Dave Wood says:

    Great site!

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